New Event: The Open Group Oslo Conference 2013
Fri, May 17th 2013 1:15p Arne S. Nielsen - Business Development by Enterprise Architecture. That is the theme for The Open Group Oslo Conference 2013.
Larger more complex changes that affect several stakeholders within an organization must often be handled in a program of several coordinated projects and line activities. The ultimate goal of such a change will generally need to be revised during the lifetime of the program.
The accepted methods available to control program generally lack clear guidelines on what must be done to plan t [read] Keywords: administration
Kill email before email kills you!
Fri, May 17th 2013 1:15p Arne S. Nielsen Fed up getting all those emails? Even more fed up giving long answers to them? Maybe you should try something new?
A research by management-consulting company McKinsey shows that the average worker spends 28 percent of their workday reading and answering emails. That makes about two and a half hour a day! Or nearly thirteen hours a week!
Is this the most effective use of expensive employees time? Reading and writing long emails to solve problems that could be fixed in second on the phone? Well, [read] Keywords: consulting
How to sell more using Social CRM
Fri, May 17th 2013 1:15p Arne S. Nielsen - CRM needs another dimension, says Mr. Ahlert Hysing, a commentator in the Norwegian IT-newspaper Computerworld. Customer Relationship Management systems was originally made to track sales processes from the sales managers point of view, he claims. And he is right. What he misses is CRM that facilitates the sales process for both the sales person and the customer. And he is right.
But where he misses is when he says that sales representatives today has to use external social media and email o [read] Keywords: collaboration
Don Tapscott: Four principles for the open world – a must see video!
Thu, May 16th 2013 6:15a Arne S. Nielsen The recent generations have been bathed in connecting technology from birth, says futurist Don Tapscott, and as a result the world is transforming into one that is far more open and transparent. In this inspiring talk, he lists the four core principles that show how this open world can be a far better place.
Don Tapscott takes a farseeing look at our digital, connected, hypercollaborative world. He’s the chair of Moxie Insight and has written 14 books about aspects of this new world, h [read] Keywords: collaboration
New and updated Social Business presentations!
Thu, May 16th 2013 6:15a Arne S. Nielsen I have uploaded two of my most popular presentations to the blog. These are “Social Business Changes Everything” and “Why and How To Become A Social Enterprise”. You are welcome to download them in PDF format!
Earlier I published my public presentations at SlideShare, but have experienced problems there lately, and I am not willing to pay for a professional account. So if you want to find my public presentations in the future, please check out my blog – on the righ [read] Keywords: enterprise
Why I am not a Pebble fanboy anymore…
Thu, May 9th 2013 2:17p Arne S. Nielsen My Pebble has been a disappointment!
I was a Pebble enthusiast. I even invested in two of them, one for myself and one for my son. And as a Kickstart supporter I was a fanboy. Yes, I say WAS.
I am not a Pebble fanboy anymore. And I will tell you why.
First – it is very unstable. Leave the iPhone in another room and they both loose their Bluetooth connection. Come back to the same room and you have to reset the connection manually. Nothing happens automatically.
Second – it looses con [read] Keywords: facebook
IBM moves atoms in new video – WOW!
Thu, May 2nd 2013 7:19a Arne S. Nielsen Wow! IBM is now able to control the position of atoms! And to prove it they made a short film where atoms are shown moving around shaping figures. They do it by using a special microscope that enlarges the atoms 100 million times. The first microscope of this type was constructed by Gerd Binning and Heinrich Roher at IBM, Zürich in 1982. They got the Nobel Price in Physics four years later.
Filed under: News [read] Keywords: ibm